ROCHESTER RED WINGS
League: International League
League set-up: There are three divisions in the International League: North, South, and West. There are six teams in the North and four each in the South and West. Four teams go to the playoffs: the three division winners plus a wild card team. The Red Wings play in the North Division.
Home field: Frontier Field
Season opener: April 6 in Syracuse.
Manager: Mike Quade
Coaches: Batting coach Chad Allen, pitching coach Stu Cliburn.
Notable players: D. J. Baxendale, Jose Berrios, J. T. Chargois, Mitch Garver, Niko Goodrum, Byungho Park, Ben Paulsen, Kennys Vargas, Zack Granite, Daniel Palka.
Division opponents: Buffalo Bisons, Lehigh Valley IronPigs, Pawtucket Red Sox, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders, Syracuse Chiefs
Other opponents: Charlotte Knights, Columbus Clippers, Durham Bulls, Gwinnett Braves, Indianapolis Indians, Louisville Bats, Norfok Tides, Toledo Mud Hens
League: Southern League
League set-up: There are two divisions in the Southern League: North and South. There are five teams in each division. The season is divided into two halves, with the winners of each half qualifying for the playoffs. The Lookouts play in the North Division.
Home field: AT&T Field
Season opener: April 6, home against Mobile.
Manager: Jake Mauer
Coaches: Batting coach Javier Valentin, pitching coach Ivan Arteaga.
Notable players: Nick Burdi, Ryan Eades, Stephen Gonsalves, Tyler Jay, Felix Jorge, Kohl Stewart, Dan Rohlfing, Nick Gordon, Engelb Vielma, Lamonte Wade
Division opponents: Birmingham Barons, Jackson Generals, Montgomery Biscuits, Tennessee Smokies
Other opponents: Biloxi Shuckers, Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, Mississippi Braves, Mobile Bay Bears, Pensacola Blue Wahoos
FORT MYERS MIRACLE
Classification: High A.
League: Florida State League
League set-up: There are two divisions in the Florida State League: North and South. There are six teams in each division. The season is divided into two halves, with the winners of each half qualifying for the playoffs. The Miracle plays in the South Division.
Home field: Hammond Stadium
Season opener: April 6 at Jupiter.
Manager: Doug Mientkiewicz
Coaches: Batting coach Steve Singleton, pitching coach Henry Bonilla.
Notable players: Sam Clay, Randy LeBlanc, Williams Ramirez, Dereck Rodriguez, Randy Rosario, Cody Stashak, Lachlan Wells, Luis Arraez, Zander Weil, Max Murphy
Division opponents: Bradenton Marauders, Charlotte Stone Crabs, Jupiter Hammerheads, Palm Beach Cardinals, St. Lucie Mets
Other opponents: Clearwater Threshers, Daytona Tortugas, Dunedin Blue Jays, Florida Fire Frogs, Lakeland Flying Tigers, Tampa Yankees
CEDAR RAPIDS KERNELS
League: Midwest League
League set-up: There are two divisions in the Midwest League: Eastern and Western. There are eight teams in each division. The season is divided into two halves, with the top two teams in each half qualifying for the playoffs. The Kernels play in the Western Division.
Home field: Perfect Game Field
Season opener: April 6 at Beloit.
Manager: Tommy Watkins
Coaches: Batting coach Brian Dinkelman, pitching coach J. P. Martinez.
Notable players: Eduardo Del Rosario, Lewis Thorpe, Zach Tillery, Ben Rortvedt, Lewin Diaz, Ariel Montesino, Jermaine Palacios, Christian Cavaness, Aaron Whitefield, Travis Blankenhorn
Division opponents: Beloit Snappers, Burlington Bees, Clinton LumberKings, Kane County Cougars, Peoria Chiefs, Quad Cities River Bandits, Wisconsin Timber Rattlers
Other opponents: Bowling Green Hot Rods, Dayton Dragons, Fort Wayne TinCaps, Great Lakes Loons, Lake County Captains, Lansing Lugnuts, South Bend Cubs, West Michigan Whitecaps
1:05 Rochester (Jose Berrios) at Syracuse (Taylor Hill)
5:15 Mobile (Tyler Carpenter) at Chattanooga
5:30 Fort Myers at Jupiter
6:30 Cedar Rapids (Eduardo Del Rosario) at Beloit (Brendan Butler)